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Havalon Baracuta EDGE

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$59.99 (You save $5.00)


Product Description

The Havalon Baractua EDGE with "Quik-Change" Blades

The Baracuta Edge Pro Fillet features five inches of micro-honed Japanese stainless steel, a rugged black Zytel plastic handle with orange rubber inserts for better grip and less slippage. This Baracuta handle has an open back for easy cleaning, plus ambidextrous thumb studs and removable pocket clip. Liner-lock construction. Same great concept as the Havalon Piranta, but larger and longer. Overall length is 11 inches yet weight is only 3 ounces. NEVER LOSE YOUR EDGE. Comes with 5 additional stainless steel #127XT fillet blades and FREE holster.

You must be at least 18 years of age to buy this item. By purchasing this item you are certifying that you are 18 years of age, and in making this purchase you are adhering to all the laws applicable to your local state or region.  You are solely responsible for any claims resulting from violation of laws and regulations. This item is sold for legitimate sporting purposes only.

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  1. HAVALON BARACUTA EDGE fillet knife 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th Jun 2012

    Product review: HAVALON BARACUTA EDGE fillet knife

    I recently purchased a Havalon Baracuta (yup that is how it is spelled) fillet knife from Linton Outdoors. Initial inspection showed a flashy knife with a couple of catchy features. The knife is well built, sturdy, and nicely styled. The rubber inserts and contour of the handle reduce the chances of the knife slipping while slashing through a pile of fish. The quick change blade is a great feature. On a new knife it is very tight and care must be used when swapping the blade. The knife comes with replacement blades, and you could even substitute a skinning blades to use your Baracuta to break down your deer or elk. I was concerned about the location of the built in belt clip, but it has never got in my way. The included sheath carries the knife and 4 replacement blades comfortably.

    I initially used the knife to fillet some sardines to wrap kwikfish and maglipos lures while salmon fishing. Sardines are very soft, and notoriously difficult to fillet. The Baracuta was the perfect tool for the job. Yesterday my wife, and I fished with some friends and caught a nice pile of Kokanee. Kokes are another soft fleshed fish, and I quickly reduced the pile of fish to a nice bowl of fillets with no issues. Having a scalpel sharp knife made a huge difference.

    My only issue (I can't call it a Con: ) is tha knife is so sharp I am constantly in fear of slicing off a finger or other necessary body part. I use a kevlar filleting glove while cleaning fish, and with this knife it is almost a necessity. Use extreme caution while changing the blade and working in close quarters with your digits.

    Pros: Replaceable blades ensure a sharp edge at all times, sturdy construction, non-slip handle

    Cons: None